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Affirmative Action Polling

LSBeene Wrote: Dec 16, 2013 5:46 PM
His wife has a dismal record too: Gets into an Ivy and then learns that if she adopts a "poor me" attitude and writes about how bad her life is she'll actually get a passing grade for a paper she now refuses to show anyone. Gets into a top-shelf law firm, and immediately starts making noises about the "dearth of black female faces in the ranks of the senior partners" - stays 3 years and moves to a patronage job. Full STOP: In a law firm you finally start to pay back on the investment they made in you after 2-3 years. She was forced out with a kiss off recommendation letter. Got a job as a "special assistant to the mayor" of Chicago, after being out of law school only 3 years. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. She had not clue 1 as to how to assist anyone. Patronage job. Got a job at a hospital where she forced poor people to go to clinics and not utilize the hospital - saving them so much money on poor folk that her salary almost doubled in her short tenure there. Can say things that any person of any color or gender would clearly indicate they were an entitled angry person who has serious issues and who needs a reality check, and the press describes any criticism of her as "a stereotype of an angry black woman" - meanwhile she is angry, black, and a woman - not exactly a stereotype, but an apt description of who she is.
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Affirmative Action Polling

LSBeene Wrote: Dec 16, 2013 5:40 PM
Um, he reported what was predicted and what happened.
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Can We Still Call Men Heroes?

LSBeene Wrote: Jul 28, 2012 3:58 AM
First off - you want men to be chivalrous then stand up for us men ALL the time, not just when it's convenient. Those men on that Italian cruise ship acted in accordance with feminism's ideology. When conservative WOMEN start to stop the feminists then we can believe they care. You know what question is not being asked - how come more 'strong independent' women of America did not push their partners to the ground and sacrifice themselves - not even one.
What a vile crew of sociopaths. I mean, I’m a simple guy and that’s what I’d call a group of people who got together to artificially create scenario like this. Not war gaming (the military), nor false-flag sabotage (CIA), or a Sting (police), or anything somewhat shady that all nations engage in on the world stage. No, this was planned out pre-meditated accessory to murder specifically designed to horrify and outrage the U.S. (and Mexican) public, in order to further a political goal of restricting gun ownership. It’s analogous to starting a fire in someone’s house using a their own gas lines, and then writing legislation outlawing and restricting gas usage – all the while you have a supply of oil for heating running to your own...
Or, is it more likely that once HUNDREDS of death were reported in Mexico and along the Southern Border that an anti-gun agenda, specifically targeting “mom and pop” shops could have pre-prepared “waiting in the wings” legislation ready to go. Further – think about it. If the gov’t truly wanted those guns sold, and tracked, why not go to major arms manufacturers and set this whole thing up? 1) Because they want gun shops, where CIVILIANS buy guns to be the ones targeted for onerous laws and regulation. Gun shops = soft target. 2) Because they want gun manufacturers to continue to crank out product for gov’t and foreign sales consumption – and, obviously, gun manufacturers aren’t as naïve, have powerful lobbying groups, and well heeled...
3) Wait for said weapons to show up at crime scenes, and then, notionally, use that to “roll up” the cartels by arresting the shooter and flipping him. ************* Wait ….. WHAT!? That’s insane. The Cartels’ M.O. is to use a weapon to murder someone, and then wipe the weapon of prints and drop it at the scene. Meaning, for Operation Fast and Furious to WORK AS INTENDED, hundreds of people had to die. Some guilty, some innocent, but they had to DIE. Then ….. what? The Gunman was going to wait around to be arrested?! And once arrested was going to flip on the cartels!? Seriously!? Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Even a layman/woman civilian overview of the plan would never be credible. To a LEO or a Soldier (people who deal with unpleasant...
I’m a simple guy. I mean, I can listen, absorb, and relate complex things, but often the “smart” amongst us try to use complexity as camouflage. Fast and Furious (as I understand it) in a nutshell: 1) Have ATF agents convince gun shop owners to go against their better judgment (it was THEY who called the ATF in concern) and sell large amounts of weapons to questionable individuals. 2) Make no meaningful attempt to track or interdict those weapons. Only 2 trackers (our of over 2,000 weapons) were ever installed, and both, apparently, so badly that immediately they were damaged and their range was cut to dozens of yards. Also – make no test of said tracker once installed to ensure it WORKED. Huh? 3) Wait for said weapons to show up at cri
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